Bay Building Group are proud to deliver a broad range of both domestic and commercial projects to the highest possible standard across Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia. Here are a number of our projects that have been recently completed.
As a result of a lighting strike to this property, causing a devastating fire to break out, the Bay Building Services Perth team were appointed to carry out extensive reinstatement works to this domestic residence.
Building repairs for this property included comprehensive internal and external reinstatement works, with a large focus on roof and ceiling repairs, along with the carpentry, cabinetry and electrical works throughout the property.$
|Location:||Canning Vale, WA|
During a severe thunderstorm in April 2015, this commercial estate in Alexandria was battered by large hailstones causing extensive damage to its four high profile tenancies. As a result, 6400m2 of damaged roofing, inclusive of all associated flashings, insulation blanket and wire, had to be replaced. To minimise disruption to business operations, the NSW Major Projects team were required to adopt a highly flexible approach in order to overcome a number of challenges to ensure works were carried out safely, effectively and to the highest possible standard.
|Project Type:||Storm Rectification Works|
Enviroflex Insulation was ravaged by fire in April 2014. when machinery within the facility caught fire, causing extensive destruction. The site, measuring over 1220m2, sustained fire damage to the majority of the factory with the entire roof, all walls, and all offices on the mezzanine level having to be replaced. Bay Major Projects carried out both Make Safe and then complete restoration works to the property to ensure that the business was able to continue their operations throughout the repair process, thus minimising Business Interruption and financial loss to the business owners.
Following a large hailstorm that swept through South East Queensland in November 2014, this heritage listed commercial property sustained severe storm and hail damage. As a result, 1600 square metres of damaged roofing across 5 buildings had to be removed and replaced including flashings, battens, valleys and box gutters. 4 buildings required a total metal re-roof, while the 5th building required a complete roof tile replacement. As this heritage listed building was being used as a mission home, it was imperative the Bay team was able to implement a plan to minimise business interruption, while also ensuring extra care and supervision took place to prevent additional damage to the building.
|Project Type:||Store Damage Rectification|